Robert Carter, Brendan Jon Philip, Stella Corkery, Ondřej Vicena.
The call to “design your own flag” aligns with a proud DIY culture, modern democracy and a wry antipodean humour. What does the referendum mean to Aotearoa’s largely apolitical and globalised youth?
The Blue Oyster welcomes spring to Dunedin with a solo exhibition by Sydney based artist Tully Arnot. Supported by the 2015 Blue Oyster Supporters Network, Grey Goo is Arnot’s first major exhibition in New Zealand.
Accompanying Public Programme: Adrian Hall, Kim Pieters, Nick Knox, Stuart Griffiths
Georgette Brown, Wendelien Bakker, Anna Rankin, Sam Norton, Virginia Overell and Holly Childs.
Gina Arizpe, Elena Astashova, Irina Birger, Claire Harris, Elena Kovylina.
Excess Baggage explores and tests notions of displacement, challenge and endurance that are often the vector that shapes and forges the life of any given woman around the world.
A Google Image search for the term ‘digital’ yields a cascade of luminous grids and network nodes, all in blue—a colour rarely found in living organisms because of the energy required to produce it.
Josephine Mead, Clara Chon, Rose Thomas, Motoko Kikkawa, Severine Costa, Alessandra Banal
iD2K16 introduces your fashion forecast, take charge of your life and curate the lifestyle you deserve!!!
A continuation of Francis van Hout’s preoccupation with spaces in between, INTERFERENCE TOO is a time-based meditation on the void-like spaces that are habitually created in every exhibition.
Blue Oyster Performance Series
In association with the Dunedin Fringe Festival
The Blue Oyster is pleased to present a dual showing by two artists that employ online and offline modes of production to generate film and sculpture.